2011 Winter in Beijing

As the temperature drops, warm interiors beckon. Hot tea becomes an essential ingredient for life. Winter winds blow, but spiritually it is the warmest time of the year. A string of holidays from November through January mark the end of the year and the beginning of a new one. Thanksgiving, Christmas, Yuan Dan, and most important, the Spring Festival.

Beijing Now

See what is happening in Beijing now. Get the larger perspective on what is going on in Beijing today, find out what events are occuring and what changes are effecting the city.

70% of Chinese Feel Happy in 2011
Beijing to Cancel Free Medical Service
 
Seasonal Beauty

Ski, skate, and hike in the hills around Beijing. Try out the man-made snow mountain inside the Bird's Nest stadium. Enjoy and relax outside in natural hot springs as the first snow arrives.

The first snow visits Beijing
Enjoy the Snow - Old Beijing Hutong
 
Discover Beijing

Discover modern Beijing and participate in its development.

Guizhou art exhibition kicks off in Beijing
Chinese celebrates Winter Solstice festival
 
Beijing Neighborhood

Stories of Beijing's visitors and contributions from eBeijing Volunteers, we welcome your participation.

Siheyuan (Courtyard)
Capital Museum
 
Useful Information

Recommended services and information for healthy living this season.

Eat less and keep your mind young and fresh
Work out to improve bladder
Online Magazines

Find out what is happening this season, with events and seasonal features.

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